Orange

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  • 3
    (15)
  • 2
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4.5
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  • Orange brings conscience about pain
    Orange could help everyone, even though they don't know it yet.
    I think it is extremely important to understand the pain some people are going through and how difficult it may be for them to share it.

    I consider this anime one of the most important series to watch, to bring conscience to every person that is struggling, that is with someone struggling, has been through some difficult ...
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  • It was AMAZING - came for the school drama, stayed for the feels
    I was expecting a typical shoujo school anime, but what I got was FAR better. If you need a good cry and want to twist your heart in knots, WATCH IT! It hurt so good!

    The story involves the heroine getting a letter from her future self, claiming something horrible will happen. At first, she dismisses it--because OF COURSE--but then something from the letter comes true...
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  • The Difference Between Selfless and Selfish
    This anime will hit your heart in places you least expect it. In just 13 short episodes, it gives you a thought-provoking, emotionally apt story filled with colorful characters that will lead you to ask questions about your own life.
    Maybe there's someone out there who's waiting for you to save them, too.
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  • #301. Dear me. Sincerely, me.
    Naho Takamiya begins her second year of high school in a peculiar way, by reading a letter she had written to herself, Or more accurately, written by herself ten years in the future. It informs her of upcoming events, specifically surrounding the tragic loss of a transfer student, and Naho's soon to be friend, Kakeru Naruse. The letter is a request to save Kakeru from his fate, hoping her past ...
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  • Great Anime Overall!
    The animation and storyline were great. I thought it was a bit slow at times, but most scenes were an important build up to the end. I was really crying in some episodes and rooting for a good ending. The characters were likable and I found myself concerned for Kakera myself. And the credit scene soundtrack. I could listen to it for days. Orange has one of my favorite end credit scenes!
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  • A Real Emotional Drama
    I don’t know where to begin but I’ve never been so emotionally moved by a show in a long time. It was a deep experience that really taps into your emotions and shows the importance of having real support from friends. Man, this show was a good one and I liked it a lot.
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  • I'am glad i gave it a shoot.
    I don't usually watch shows like this, I'm more into shonen, but occasionally I do enjoy this kind of anime. And I have to admit I liked Orange a lot, I even shed a tear in some episodes.
    So if you come from shonen and wanna try a different genera I highly recommend you this Shoujo.
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  • Good pacing, poor relationship and animation quality
    Suicide is a topic we frequently see in anime dramas. However, usually it’s referenced as backstory for a character and few animes decide to bring the theme center-stage as Orange does. To do so requires skill, and a will to engage with topic– to transcend the using it as a mere explanation for why a character is the way they are. Kudos! This anime explores suicide with a great deal of sensitivity ...
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  • Orange is Pretty Good
    This anime will def. bring out emotions. There are parts where I'm thinking, why did this have to happen for these teenagers to take some sort of action, but overall it works and still succeeds in what it is meant to do. To be honest, I feel like this anime would make a decent show for school kids in learning about friendship or lack there of.
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  • Refreshing Romance..
    *slight spoiler warning for major themes*
    This anime broaches serious topics of depression and suicide while still managing to be cute and fun to watch. It's full of lovable characters and relatable relationships. Often times drama slice of life animes are so enjoyable because of their exaggerated and passionate relationships (almost always purely romantic) but here we see a group of ...
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